字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hey, folks, this is my white animal, Siri's where I show my collection of Lucas stick and albino animals all gathered in the games franchise mode. Each animal. I'll be reading out the general information page from the zoo P D. A. So please sit back and enjoy these beautiful creatures, also known as the Somali giraffe, the reticulated giraffe or giraffe, a camel, a paddle is ridicu. Lata is a sub species that lives in the savannas and open forests of Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia. The reticulated giraffe is distinguishable from other species thanks to its large polygonal spots, 10 to reading color that are divided by white interconnecting lines on the animals fair. While both sexes are extremely told, the males are significantly taller than females and have well developed bony horns on their head. The horns of the female are smaller and thinner. Giraffes are famous for their long neck, which is used for accessing leaves that are out of reach to other animals. Reticulated giraffes are threatened by deforestation on the increase in agricultural land conversion, both of which are destroying the habitats. Furthermore, giraffes often live in areas of civil unrest and are likely to be killed as an indirect consequence of the human conflict occurring in those locations. Many conservation projects, such as the reticulated giraffe Conservation with Pastoralists initiative, have been established and are dedicated to protecting giraffes. Groups like this install cameras on draft trails to track the animals, locate snares and prevent poaching. While this activity also benefits other species that may live in the area, the group also educates locals on giraffes on the local wildlife metal. The FA la ginny of giraffes is a debated subject. Current research is in conflict about whether varieties of draft are separate species, subspecies or a combination of the two. Most of the different varieties of giraffe have been separated for extremely long periods of time, so there has been no mixing of DNA between them. This means that speciation is happening or may have already happened.